OUR YOUTH

St Kilda PCYC works with youth communities across the Port Phillip and Stonnington municipalities. We have been empowering young people with recreational, sporting, cultural and learning activities since 1947. And while youth has always been our focus, the gym’s doors are open to everyone.

OUR YOUTH

St Kilda PCYC works with youth communities across the Port Phillip and Stonnington municipalities. Our programs equip young people with valuable life-long skills and are open to youth of all ages and backgrounds.

Our youth programs and activities include:

  • Mobile Activity Centre (MAC) – engages young people and runs Monday, Wednesday & Saturday
  • Duke of Edinburgh Award
  • Girls Group Program
  • Koori Youth Bootcamp
  • Witness the Fitness
  • School Holiday Programs
  • Wicked Schools Education
  • EGGS Homework Club
  • Youth Boxing & Judo
  • Recording Studio for Youth Music Projects.

Contact us for more information on any of the programs.

Mobile Activity Centre (MAC) Program

Our MAC program engages young people. Through early intervention, the program uses recreational activities to mentor young people and improve their self-esteem, behaviour and attitude. Aimed at disadvantaged youth groups and operates Monday night in Port Melbourne, Wednesday and Saturday at the Prahran Youth Hub.

Mobile Activity Centre (MAC) Program

Our MAC program engages young people. Through early intervention, the program uses recreational activities to mentor young people and improve their self-esteem, behaviour and attitude. Aimed at disadvantaged youth groups and operates Monday night in Port Melbourne, Wednesday and Saturday at the Prahran Youth Hub.

Koori Youth Bootcamp

This recreationally-based program, run in conjunction with the City of Port Phillip, looks at increasing youth wellbeing through discipline, healthy-eating and exercise. It’s full of fun and energy and packed with fresh fruit snacks throughout the session. Our trainer picks up all participants and drops them off after each session. The hour-long program runs every Thursday at 5pm.

School Holiday Program

Fun and Adventurous School holiday programs open to young people between 10-17 years old and includes supervised events, excursions and other exciting activities.

School Holiday Program

Fun and Adventurous School holiday programs open to young people between 10-17 years old and includes supervised events, excursions and other exciting activities.

Witness the Fitness

This wellbeing program offers free personal and group fitness training, health education and support for young people between 10 – 17 years old. We also educate participants on strength building, nutrition and healthy lifestyle practices to take a holistic view of fitness. The hour-long program is located at St Kilda PCYC and runs every Thursday at 4.30pm.

Wicked Schools Education

This empowering program specifically tackles bullying and antisocial behaviour head on in the schoolyard through positive engagement and behaviour coaching. It’s targeted at disadvantaged years 5 & 6 primary school students.

Wicked Schools Education

This empowering program specifically tackles bullying and antisocial behaviour head on in the schoolyard through positive engagement and behaviour coaching. It’s targeted at disadvantaged years 5 & 6 primary school students.

EGGS Homework Club

The EGGS Homework Club is education, grammar, educational games and support all rolled into one. The target group is high school students and is run by a registered secondary school teacher and a volunteer. The 90 minute program runs every Thursday from 5pm at the St Kilda PCYC Youth Room. Bookings not required.

Duke of Edinburgh Award

The Duke of Edinburgh Award is a program is full of adventure, team bonding and leadership tasks that will be sure to challenge participants as they learn lifelong skills. It is designed to grow and develop their capabilities of young people aged between 14-25 years old. The focus on volunteering will develop their empathy skills and understanding of the local community.

Duke of Edinburgh Award

The Duke of Edinburgh Award is a program is full of adventure, team bonding and leadership tasks that will be sure to challenge participants as they learn lifelong skills. It is designed to grow and develop their capabilities of young people aged between 14-25 years old. The focus on volunteering will develop their empathy skills and understanding of the local community.

Girls Program

This educational program is different from most. It equips girls between 10-14 years with important life skills from time management, event management, social interactivity and self-belief. With a focus on being brave, participants are encouraged to take on new activities that will help them grow as they learn valuable life skills as they transition into adulthood.

Youth Boxing

Free classes are on offer for young people aged between 10 – 17 years. With a focus on foundation skills, these amateur participants will be hitting the big league soon enough.

Youth Boxing

Free classes are on offer for young people aged between 10 – 17 years. With a focus on foundation skills, these amateur participants will be hitting the big league soon enough.

Youth In-House Services

  • Youth Room meeting space with access to computers, wireless internet, visual projector
  • Recording studio & Youth Music Room
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Work experience
  • Youth fitness classes
  • Personal training
  • Mentoring

179 Inkerman Street
St Kilda Vic 3182
P: +613 9534 7584
F: +613 9534 7599
info@stkildapcyc.org